January 29, 2024

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As human beings, we communicate love in a variety of ways like actions, presence, words, and more. "The Five Love Languages" are these different ways in which we express and receive love.

The Five Love Languages

  1. Acts of service
  2. Gifts
  3. Words of affirmation
  4. Physical touch
  5. Quality time

Do you know your Love Language? If not, it's easy to find out! The internet is full of free quizzes like this one, but you can also self-reflect and come to your own conclusion based on the list above.
Understanding the primary way we express our love both romantically and platonically can deepen relationships with partners, family members, friends, and even co-workers.
At Fortune Favors, snacking is our¬†Love Language! We show this love in different forms‚ÄĒin the way we cook our pecans, design vibrant packaging, and create new flavors to share with you!
We've put together a list of ideas on how you can use your Love Language and Fortune Favors candied pecans this Valentine's Day!

Acts of Service

People with this Love Language feel loved when others show their care through helpful actions, such as doing chores, running errands, or making a meal. Ideas:


If you identify with this Love Language, the perfect gift or gesture can make you feel loved, cared for, and appreciated. Don't mistake this¬†one for materialism‚ÄĒit's all about thoughtfulness and effort behind the gift!¬†Ideas:

  • Surprise: Hide a can of Fortune Favors in your partner's lunchbox and add a handwritten card!
  • Give:¬†Give the gift of a sweet treat like the Magic Bar for no occasion at all!¬†
  • Remember: Make a note of their favorite snack and pack it on your next road trip, hike, or picnic!

Words of Affirmation

People with this Love Language feel loved when care and affection is expressed verbally. They enjoy receiving words (spoken or written) of encouragement, support, and appreciation. Read about our affirmation ideas below!
  • Text:¬†Send your favorite people a text message simply saying that you love them.
  • Write:¬†Surprise a friend with a¬†sweet treat¬†and a note that lists your favorite things about them!
  • Call:¬†Call the long-distance friend or next door neighbor that you've been meaning to catch up with‚ÄĒit might make their whole week!

Quality Time

For quality time enthusiasts, nothing says, "I love you," like full, undivided attention with the TV off, fork and knife down, and all chores and tasks on standby. Quality time can also mean deep conversations and thoughtful activities. Read about our quality time ideas below!

  • Be present:¬†In the age of smart phones, be intentional about unplugging when you spend time with loved ones.
  • Share:¬†Find a hobby that you share with a friend and use it as a way to spend more quality time together!
  • Plan:¬†Ask your partner how they enjoy spending time with you (relaxing at home, doing an activity, etc.) and plan your dates accordingly